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APWU Announces Dedication of Headquarters Boardroom to President William H. Burrus

February 23, 2024
APWU has honored the legacy of former President William H. Burrus by renaming the National Executive Boardroom at APWU Headquarters in his memory. 

Maintenance Capable and Non-Maintenance Capable Dispute Settled

February 15, 2024
APWU and USPS management have settled National Dispute USPS NO. Q18T-6Q-C-21160044/APWU No. HQTT20210109

Health Coverage When Injured at Work

Employees who are injured on duty and placed on the rolls of the Office of Workers Compensation Programs (OWCP) remain eligible for health benefits, provided they are enrolled in one of the Federal Employee Health Benefit (FEHB) plans for five years...

Post-Convention Workshops

The Research & Education Department is proud to announce that the APWU will sponsor its 10th Educational Conference, a National Convention event that provides union members with a wealth of information to take home to their locals and state...

e-Team Report, Feb. 1, 2013

Upcoming Senate Hearing on Postal Finances Who Is Your Legislative & Political Grassroots Coordinator? USPS Job Cuts Weigh Heavily on Minorities and Veterans  Postal Reform Can’t Wait! AFL-CIO’s Favors Comprehensive Immigration Reform that...

Dispute Over PMRs with Dual Appointments as Casuals Working in Skilled Positions

A national-level grievance has been filed concerning the use of non-bargaining unit employees (PMRs) with a dual appointment as a casual being utilized in assignments requiring training and testing in violation of Article 7.1.B.3 of the National...

Leaders in Washington Pushing to Strengthen and Expand Social Security

In a sign that the push to expand Social Security is continuing to build support, on Wednesday Senators Mark Begich (D-AK) and Patty Murray (D-WA) introduced the Retirement and Income Security Enhancements (RAISE) Act. The RAISE Act would enhance...

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